Tsugi, a provider of procedural audio technologies and content, has announced the release of DSP Motion 1.3 and DSP Action 1.1.
DSP Motion and DSP Action provide a very intuitive way to create sound effects, simply by drawing them with a mouse or a graphic tablet. The new versions offer video playback synchronised with the drawing, making the workflow to design sounds to picture incredibly fast and easy. Select a type of motion or action, and simply draw a sound effect in sync with your movie or animation. While drawing, the trajectory and speed of your movements are evaluated to generate a sound effect that perfectly matches the action in your video.
Tsugi’s unique procedural audio engine offers many synthesis and control parameters, allowing for a nearly infinite sound palette and a flexibility which are impossible to achieve with fixed samples.
As all updates from Tsugi, DSP Motion 1.3 and DSP Action 1.1 are free for current users. The full versions are available on Tsugi’s website for 49 U.S. dollars each only for Windows OS at the moment.